How to sync different iPhoto libraries to different ipads

I have 2 iphoto libraries; 1 for me and 1 for my mum.  I sync her iPad and my iPhone on my same iTunes copy.  Is there a way I can chose different iPhoto libraries for our devices from 1 iTunes?
Or should I set up a new iTunes application just for her on a separate login on my MacBook?

iTunes will always sync with the iPhoto Library that has last been opened in iPhoto.
Before syncing her iPad, quit iTunes and iPhoto and double-click her iPhoto library to open it in iPhoto.
Then relaunch iTunes and connect her iPad. Now you should see her iPhoto library in the panel to sync photos.

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